In celebration of Book Lovers Day, avid readers from The San Diego Foundation team share their favorite books and why they love them.
Mission Driven Finance announces that investors have contributed more than $1 million to a new impact investing fund that will support the construction of affordable homes for low-income families.
The public is invited to attend a free screening of the documentary No Small Matter, followed by a community conversation about the importance of early childhood development and education.
The fourth installment in the Community Heroes event series sparked dialogue about environmental resilience and equity, while honoring local hero Diane Takvorian, a leader in San Diego’s social and environmental justice movement for over 30 years.
The San Diego region is known as one of the most generous communities nationwide. Explore the numbers behind San Diego philanthropy to learn why it was most recently named America's Most Charitable City.
Learn how 2017 Community Hero Anne Wilson of Community HousingWorks is helping to establish a blueprint for affordable housing success in San Diego.
President & CEO Kathlyn Mead discusses the importance of summer youth programs and how philanthropists can play a supportive role to ensure these programs propel underserved students ahead.
At the first Community Heroes event, leaders honored Elizabeth Bustos and spoke about ways all community members can work together to bring more solutions to the table and build a healthier region.
Katie Rast has joined The San Diego Foundation as Director of Community Impact. Rast will oversee Foundation programs focusing on priorities identified in Our Greater San Diego Vision and framed in WELL.
August 9 is National Book Lovers Day. In honor of this day, we asked a few Foundation team members to share their book recommendations with our readers.